The Millennial Fogey

Greenwed!

Ivy Style’s Millennial Fogey columnist Daniel Greenwood was “greenwed” this weekend in Cape Cod, where his family lives, to his lovely fiancée Sarah. The ceremony was held in a charming, rustic Episopal church, with baroque guitar music provided by Robert Wolf, a coworker of Dan’s at J. Press. Wolf also provided reception entertainment with a

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Nobby Shop’s Breton Red Surcingle Belt

Nobby Shop of Nantucket offers US-made, wool surcingle belts for just $40, including Breton red, as the island’s famous color was originally known. Check them out, along with Nobby Shop’s other Nantucket-themed belts, right here.

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From The Archives

Where Main Street Meets The Elite

This ad from mass-market clothier Galey & Lord dates from 1965. But apparently that’s no random model who sat for the portrait. According to textilehistory.org: In the mid-1960s, six prominent socialites had their portraits painted by Henry Koehler. The garments were crafted using G&L fabrics. Ads appeared in the New York Times Feb 2, 1965.

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Millennial Fogey: Gilding The Lilly

Launched Sunday, Lilly Pulitzer for Target has already come and gone —quite quickly, as a matter of fact. It was a masterful act of marketing for Lilly’s parent company, Oxford Industries, whose stock leapt 7 percent. Target itself comes away with slightly less to brag about, with thousands of irate customers walking away with empty



What Now? The Uncertain Future Of Neo-Prep

To speak of preppy-with-a-twist among trad purists is to garner reactions ranging from “What does this have to do with Ivy style?” to “Stop wasting my Internet, I want to look at old advertisements.” But as much as Ivy stylers would like to forget it, the apparel industry does not operate within fixed genre parameters.


Slightly Im-Pressed: A Snowy Stroll To York Street

Following a particularly gluttonous holiday season I reigned in my appetite and lost a spot of weight. Feeling healthy and trim, yesterday I set out in the blizzard’s aftermath to visit the newly opened J. Press York Street store and see if I could squeeze into anything. I had fairly low expectations based on the